India's standing with Bangladesh during the crisis moment of the green chillies. By Indraji Kumar

123 tons of imported green chillies arrived in Bangladesh from India through Benapole port in the last three days. On Tuesday afternoon, 33 tons of green chillies entered Benapole port in 5 trucks. With this, last Sunday 45 tons and Monday 45 tons of raw pepper were imported through Benapole port


Bangladeshi peacekeeper's role in Mali's MINUSMA mission. By Mehjabin Bhanu

The United Nations has withdrawn its peacekeeping mission from the West African country of Mali. The work of wrapping up the mission has already started from Saturday (July 31). Mali's junta government has allied itself with Russia and has for some time been calling for the withdrawal of inte


Troubling Trend of Harassing Christians under Blasphemy in Pakistan. By Mushtaq Gill, Human Right Advocate

Troubling trend of harassing Christians emerged when the case FIR No.615/23 under charges of religious blasphemy was registered on 30-06-2023 against a Christian man namely Haroon Shahzad at Police Station Cant Sargodha city of Punjab. The Complainant is Muslim man namely Muhammad Imran Ullah son


Obama can help Michelle to easily win 2024 elections if Obamas both start serving US Christianity in Asia starting from India By Hem Raj Jain

Obama would have made an impact  if instead of Muslims he had talked about Christians in India .(ii)- How can Obama forget that he is doing politics in a Christian majority country (iii)- Presently the  USA is interested only in putting China at its proper place



Member states must take immediate action to pressure the UN and other humanitarian organizations to reverse the aid cut decision and restore essential aid to the Rohingya. By Nandita Roy

The recent decision by the UN to reduce aid to the Rohingya is a devastating blow to their already precarious circumstances. This cutback will inevitably exacerbate the suffering of a vulnerable population that has already endured unimaginable horrors. The reduction in healthcare services will le


When farmers choose to grow food, not tobacco, sustainable development wins. By SHOBHA SHUKLA

 "We need food, not tobacco," was the theme of the World No Tobacco Day 2023. The UN health agency, the World Health Organization (WHO) rightly points out that tobacco contributes to increased food insecurity. Apart from being a deadly health hazard that is responsible for over 8 m


USA need not worry about “Akhand Bharat” because FSD- Extended SAARC wouldn't be under Hinduism but under US-Christianity. By Hem Raj Jain

Over 2 billion people became Christians during 2,000 years of Jesus Christ whereas the same number of people can become Christians from Asia if US christianity realizes that Jesus Christ wanted His disciples to go and spread His message of love in the rest of the world.  (ii)- When nati


How and why will India cooperate Bangladesh in reducing US pressure on Dhaka in the upcoming Biden-Modi meeting? By Ajanta Acharia PhD

Diplomats in Dhaka feel that Bangladesh is already under economic risk due to the ongoing geopolitics, including the United States putting pressure on various issues, which has made Dhaka uneasy. In this regard, talks have already taken place in the Dhaka-New Delhi diplomatic channel. Dhaka expec


Why Bangladesh's intention to be member of BRICS is a timely decision? By Jubeda Chowdhry

Bangladesh is going to become a member of BRICS. The foreign minister said that Bangladesh will become a member of BRICS next August. The BRICS, i.e., Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, have attempted to transform from a promising resource class into a real-world unifying diplomatic a


Rising from the Ashes: The Surprising Resurgence of Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh's Political Landscape. By William Gomes

In the intriguing landscape of South Asian politics, where variables are as diverse as the region itself, the recent resurgence of Jamaat-e-Islami in Bangladesh has claimed the front page, creating a pronounced ripple in an already complex pool of political equations. This surprising return of th


Can UN peacekeeping chief's upcoming Dhaka visit boost Bangladesh's participation in the UN peace operations? By Nandita Roy

On June 25–26, 2023, Bangladesh will welcome Mr. Jean Pierre Lacroix, Under Secretary General Department of Peace Operations (USG DPO), to Dhaka. The visit's main purpose is to participate in discussions leading up to the UN Peacekeeping Ministerial Meeting (UNPKM), which will take plac


The Head must follow what the hand writes. SHOBHA SHUKLA

We are about to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the first-ever United Nations High Level Meeting (UN HLM) on the fight against tuberculosis (TB) that was held on 26 September 2018 during the 73rd UN General Assembly. "The UN meeting resulted in an action-oriented political declaration, whic


When KNF is a threat to peaceful CHT in Bangladesh. By Indrajit Kumar

Our mountainous region is very beautiful. Consisting of Rangamati, Bandarban and Khagrachari districts, this hilly tract is known as the Chittagong Hill Track (CHT). More than 30 ethnic groups live in this mountainous region. Major among these ethnic groups are the Chakma, Marma, Tripura and Bam


Role and Responsibility of Global Kashmiri Diaspora. By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai

 The crisis in Kashmir – and the United Nations ineffectual response – represents an example of the failure of the United Nations to respond effectively against massive and persistent violations of human rights. Kashmir also represents a failure of the United Nations to use its m


Averting a Civil War in Bangladesh: The Critical Role of International Intervention and Qatar's Potential Mediation. By William Gomes

Bangladesh, a vibrant South Asian country, finds itself in the heart of a burgeoning political crisis. As the nation prepares for national elections scheduled for late 2023 or early 2024, escalating violence and civil discord are cause for concern. At this critical juncture, immediate internation

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

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